|Rosenbach Family Collection (Volume Folder 1) - Rosenbach family|
Family tree of Rosenbach family
Keywords: Rosenbach family
|Max Gruenewald Collection 1735-1997|
The memoir of Simon Grünewald, Max Grünewald's father, is housed in the archives of the Leo Baeck Institute. The call number of the memoir is ME 764
Keywords: Gruenewald, Max 1899-; Horovitz, S. (Saul), 1859-1921; American Federation of Jews from Central Europe; Leo Baeck Institute; Rabbis; Rabbis
|Rosenthal Family Collection (Volume Folder 1) - Rosenthal family|
Herb Mautner, 1991
Keywords: Rosenthal family; Rosenthal, Menahem; Rosenthal, Heinrich
|Max Markreich Collection [microform] (old record - no longer used) 1749-1999 - Markreich, Max, 1881-1962 LBI|
|Nerson Family Collection (Volume Folder 1) - Nerson family|
Family tree and essay pertaining to descendants of the Nerson family from Bischheim, compiled by Ernest Kallmann
|Ludwig Marum Collection 1760-2004 bulk: 1909-2004 - Marum-Lunau, Elisabeth 1910-|
The Ludwig Marum collection documents Ludwig Marums involvement with politics and Elisabeth Lunaus genealogical research about the Marum family. The bulk of the materials pertaining to Ludwig Marum consists almost entirely of printed materials and includes copies of the socialist newspaper Volksfreund, where Ludwig Marum published a large number of his articles. Other materials dealing with Ludwig Marum include court procedures from the trial of the individuals accused of the murder of Ludwig Ma...
Keywords: Marum, Ludwig 1882-1934; Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands; Kislau (Concentration camp); Jews; Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945); War crime trials; Politicians
|Dinkelspiel Family Collection (Volume Folder 1) - Helen Nestor|
Family tree of the Dinkelspiel family originally of Michelfeld, Germany
|Leo Baerwald Collection, 1798-1971 - Baerwald, Leo, 1883-1970. LBI|
This collection documents the professional life, family, and interests of Leo Baerwald. Some topics found here include Leo Baerwald, the Lazarus family, Leo Baeck, and the Munich Jewish Community. Items pertaining to Leo Baerwald will be found in four series of the collection. Series I contains most of the material pertaining to him. Here users will find some of his personal documents, writings, letters sent to him, and genealogical documents, including family trees...
Keywords: Baeck, Leo, 1873-1956; Lazarus, Moritz, 1824-1903; Lazarus, Nahida Ruth, 1849-1928 1849-1928; Baerwald, Leo; Rabbis; Theologians; Synagogue architecture
|Erich Adler family collection 1889-1984 - Witsenhausen, Helen Adler|
Documents, correspondence, notebooks and manuscripts of Dr. Erich Adler and his wife Frieda née Feisenberger
Keywords: Physicians; Jewish physicians; Restitution and indemnification claims (1933- )
|Leopold Stein Collection 1802-1968 - Stein, Leopold, 1810-1882 LBI|
Series I: Leopold Stein Collection, 1837-1883
|Landsberg Family Collection (Volume Folder 1) - Helen Nestor|
Family tree of the Landsberg/Lansburgh family
|Arthur Bluhm Collection 1809-1962 - Bluhm, Arthur|
This collection is composed of the papers of Arthur Bluhm, chief rabbi of Krefeld, Germany between 1928 and 1938, and rabbi of Temple B'nai Israel in Amarillo, Texas. It documents his professional life and also holds records related to the Krefeld Jewish Community and the Jews in Westphalia. In addition, the collection contains the papers of Abraham Sutro, chief rabbi of Westphalia from 1815-1869
|Ludwig Philippson Family Collection 1810-1989 - Philippson, Ludwig|
The family papers were collected by Eva Philippson, a granddaughter of rabbi Ludwig Philippson. Many of the folders on individual family members contain biographical sketches written by her composed of information taken from Alfred Philippson's memoirs. Several written works will be found in this collection. Among Ludwig Philippson's items are his handwritten "Wörterbuch zu Jesais" as well as several poems, some of which were written for family members such as his brother Phöbus and a grandchi...
Keywords: Philippson, Ludwig, 1811-1889; Philippson, Alfred, 1864-1953; Philippson, Phoebus, 1807-1870; Philippson, Moritz, 1833-1877; Philippson, Paula, 1874-1949; Philippson, Eva, 1899-1963; Philippson, Julie (nee Wolffstein), 1815-1843; Philippson, Mathilde (nee Hirsch), 1822-1891; Diaries; Domestics; Education, Higher; Genealogy; Jewish press; Women; Reform Judaism; Vital statistics
|Marcelo Rosenbaum Family Collection (Volume Folder 1) - Rosenbaum Marcelo family|
Family trees for the Morgenstern and Rosenbaum families dating from 1814 - 1998
|Leopold and Adelheid Zunz Collection 1815-1939 - Zunz, Leopold, 1794-1886|
The collection contains items related to Leopold and Adelheid Zunz, such as articles about them, portraits, and copies of letters. Also included are a handwritten catalog of Leopold Zunz's library and over 800 visiting cards; more than 270 contain original autographs. The bulk of the collection consists of correspondence of Leopold Zunz and his wife, Adelheid (née Berman) with friends and relatives, including Philipp Ehrenberg, Samuel Meyer Ehrenberg, Salomon von Hönigsberg, and Meier Isler...
|Robert Halden Family Collection 1821-1940 - Halden, Robert, 1942-|
FOLDER 1: Israel and Henriette Hildesheimer, 1821-1899 (Materials related to anniversaries and memorials; correspondence; clippings)
Keywords: Hildesheimer, Ezriel 1820-1899
|Frances Fredrick Family Collection 1827-2004 bulk: 1930-1990 - Fredrick, Frances|
The collection is made up of pictures, legal documents, certificates, newspaper clippings and report cards. In lesser quantity are date books, a diary, maps, family trees, poems and personal notes (ex: shopping lists). A large part refers to the return of the painting Maedchenkopf by Anselm Feuerbach, after it has been stolen from the family by the Nazis. The majority of the personal correspondence is about the Fein family's immigration to the U.S...
Keywords: Feuerbach, Anselm Friedrich 1829-1880; Jews
|Nedda Ruth Honig Collection (Volume Folder 1) - Honig, Nedda Ruth|
Genealogical information; family tree; xerox of photograph of family members; Seefahrtsbuch of Ewald Hermann (1892)
Keywords: Honig, Nedda Ruth; Samess, Nedda Ruth; Hoenig family; Samess family; Weber family; Greenspan family; Hermann family
|Franz Rosenzweig Collection 1832-1999 - Rosenzweig, Franz|
Franz Rosenzweig (1886-1929), philosopher and theologian, was an important personality in post-World War I German-Jewish intellectual life. He established the Freie Juedische Lehrhaus where he taught Jewish tradition and culture as part of real life experience to bring them closer to assimilated German Jewry. He wrote several philosophical works and translated the Hebrew Bible with Martin Buber. This collection contains manuscripts of many of Franz Rosenzweigs smaller works, personal items, corr...
Keywords: Rosenzweig, Franz, 1886-1929; Buber, Martin, 1878-1965; Freies Jüdisches Lehrhaus (Frankfurt am Main, Germany)
|Edward Salier Collection (Volume Folder 1) - Salier, Edward|
Original documents including 3 entry tickets for New Synagogue in Berlin (1934/35); photocopies of various official documents related to various members of the Salier family, including: school certificates, citizenship documents, birth certificates, death certificates, correspondence, clipping
|Baer-Oppenheimer Family Collection 1841-1981|
This collection holds papers concerning businesses and members of the Bär and Oppenheimer families from Bruchsal, Germany. It is arranged in four series and includes family papers such as official documents and vital records, personal correspondence, family histories and trees, emigration paperwork, and the writings of family members. Business-oriented documents refer to the Oppenheimer woolens factory and the Bär leather distribution company, and are comprised of correspondence, histories, an...
|Emil Schorsch Collection 1841-1999 - Schorsch, Emil|
The papers of Emil Schorsch document both his personal life as well as his career as a rabbi in both Germany and the United States. Included in the collection are personal documents, correspondence of both professional and personal nature, sermons, articles, and essays by Emil Schorsch, and clippings, diaries, albums, and published works by others, which he collected and saved. Sermons and lectures chronicle his commitment in educating the Jewish community in both the teachings of conservative J...
|Lili Wronker Family Collection 1842-2002|
This collection is comprised of two former collections, the Lili Wronker Family Collection (AR 10545) and the Hermann Engel Collection (AR 10326). These two collections were consolidated together to form the Lili Wronker Family Collection; each former collection comprises a subgroup of the new collection
|Seligsohn Kroner Family Collection 1850-1990|
A bust of Richard Kroner has been removed to the LBI Art Collection
|Julius Galliner Collection 1852-1963 - Galliner, Julius, 1872-1949 LBI|
This collection holds the papers of the Berlin rabbi Julius Galliner. Many of the papers center on the activities of the Berlin Jewish Community and its members. The largest area of the collection is comprised of Julius Galliner's writings, including many of his sermons, but there is also a small amount of correspondence, educational and identification documents, and professional papers
|Siegmund Salfeld Collection 1854-1990 - Salfeld, Siegmund, 1843-1926|
The LBI Library holds copies of sixteen of Siegmund Salfeld's published works
|Hans Kronheim Collection 1856-1958 - Kronheim, Hans, 1885-1958|
Series I: Personal, 1934-1958
|Salinger Family (Volume (only 1 Folder)) - Salinger Family|
The collection contains legal documents regarding marriage and burial, as well as a Chalitzah certificate relating to the Salinger family and other families (illegible). At least one document originates from Dessau, Germany
Keywords: Salinger Family
|Robert Raphael Geis Collection 1862-1997 - Geis, Robert Raphael, 1906-1972|
Robert Raphael Geis (1906-1972) was a rabbi, educator, and Jewish theologian. He identified strongly with German liberal Judaism, but his keen interest in Jewish studies brought him close to leaders of conservative Judaism as well. Before the Second World War Robert Raphael Geis worked as a rabbi for the youth and Religion teacher in Munich and Mannheim, and as a rabbi in Kassel, Germany. After the war he served as a rabbi in Switzerland, the Netherlands, and Germany...
Keywords: Baeck, Leo 1873-1956; Hochschule fuer die Wissenschaft des Judentums (Berlin, Germany)
|S. Theodor Stein Collection 1865-1965 - Stein, Theodor S|
Certificates of honor, titles, clippings, and offprints by and about Stein; letters from prominent individuals, including the German Emperor Wilhelm I, the German Crown Prince Friedrich Wilhelm, and Helmuth von Moltke
Keywords: William I German Emperor 1797-1888; Frederick III German Emperor 1831-1888; Moltke, Helmuth Graf von 1800-1891; Physicians; Medals
|Gumpel Family Collection. (Volume Folder 1) - Gumpel family LBI|
Letter from Paul Gumpel regarding documents and family history, Death Register (Sterbe-Register) for the Jewish community of Bernburg 1867-1942; xerox of 3 pages from the book "Gumpel, Wenzel, Schmidt. Die unbekannten Vorfahren von Helmut Schmidt" (1994)
|George Victor and Alice Wolfe Collection 1878-1991 - Wolfe, George Victor|
Emil Wolf ; Rosa Wolf ; Eugen Frisch ; The Idaho Statesman ; Österreichische Anwaltszeitung ; The Western Political Quarterly ; Winston Churchill ; Erling Skorpen ; Fred A. Picard ; Leo P. Reckford ; Irene Kroger ; Miriam Beer-Hofmann-Lens ; Pat and Ray Jolly ; Emil Blum ; Erich von Kahler ; Wagner-Jauregg ; Irma Frisch-Farrington ; Pribram and Weixlgärtner
Keywords: Lawyers; Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945); College teachers; Women art historians
|Efraim Frisch Collection 1881-1984 - Frisch, Efraim, 1873-1942|
[BOX 1: Manuscripts, Publications, Reviews, Inventories, undated, 1901-1943 (28 folders)]:
Keywords: Frisch, Efraim 1873-1942; American Guild for German Cultural Freedom; Der Neue Merkur; Exiles writings; Jews, East European; Judaism; World War, 1914-1918
|Leo Baeck Collection 1885-2001 - Baeck, Leo|
Keywords: Baeck, Leo, 1873-1956; Einstein, Albert -1955; Theresienstadt (Concentration camp); B'nai B'rith; Jüdisch-Theologisches Seminar (Breslau, Germany); Reichsvertretung der Juden in Deutschland, Berlin (1933-1943); Theresienstadt (Concentration camps); World Union for Progressive Judaism; Reichsbund Volkstum und Heimat; Emigration and immigration; Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945); Jews -- Persecutions; Rabbis; Religious literature -- Authorship; Concentration camps; Jewish education; Genealogy; Jewish Communities; Jewish leadership; Jews; Philosophy; Theologians; Reform Judaism; Sermons; Zionism; Bibliographies; Prayers; Voyages and travels; Postal stamps; Festschriften; Marriage
|Concert Programs Collection. (Volume Folder 1) - Concert Programs|
Assorted programs (1885-1932)
|W. Louis Horowitz Collection 1887-2000 - Horowitz Family|
The W. Louis Horowitz Collection documents the professional work and academic interests of Professor Wolf Louis Horowitz. The collection is divided into two series: Personal Records and Manuscripts. Included in the first series is biographical information about the entire Horowitz family, articles and newspaper clippings concerning W. Louis Horowitzs writings, and correspondence, which is mainly professional in nature...
|Dorothy Filene Collection 1888-1972 bulk: 1900-1962 - Filene, Dorothy|
Helene Wallach-Finkelstein ; Dora Finkelstein ; Dr. Clara Birnbaum ; USNA (United Service For New Americans) ; D.P.A. (Displaced Persons Act) ; Social Clubs for Older Persons and USNA publications ; Greenleigh Associates ; Youth House for Boys; Jewish Federation of Youngstown, Ohio ; Jewish Family and Children's Service ; Hermann Finkelstein
Keywords: United Service for New Americans; Jews; Refugees; Jews
|Marion and Warner Bass Collection 1888-1990 - Bass, Warner S., 1915-1988|
This collection describes the work and lives of the composer, conductor, and accompanist Warner S. Bass and his wife, the singer Marion Corda Bass. Most prominent among the materials of this collection are the music scores created by Warner Bass; they include works he composed, arranged, orchestrated, transcribed, or performed. Other items include personal documents, correspondence, published sheet music, photographs, essays, notes, concert and recital programs, press releases, and clippings
|Budabin-Kula Family Collection. (Volume Folder 1) - Budabin-Kula family|
Collection is comprised of photocopies of documents pertaining to the Budabin and Kula families including correspondence between family members during World War II (Czernowitz, Toronto, Cyprus), Regina Lehr family tree, David Lerner family tree, xerox of two family photographs, correspondence of Robert Burton regarding family history and a catalogue of his private holdings of historical documents. An inventory is included in one of Robert Burton's letters
|Leo Herland Collection 1890-2000 - Herland, Leo, 1888-1969|
This collection describes the work and life of the physiognomist and writer Leo Herland. The papers found here emphasize his written work, and the largest portion of the collection is made up of manuscripts of his compositions. The collection also holds personal and professional correspondence, published articles, some personal documents, diaries, clippings, and a few photographs
Keywords: Jewish authors
|Judith Helfer Collection 1891-2002 - Helfer, Judith|
This collection details the life of artist and writer Judith Helfer (1915-2002) as well as her immediate family members. The records describe the family's life in Germany and their subsequent moves to first London and then New York City. Since Judith was a writer, her articles figure prominently in the records. Correspondence between family members, friends and colleagues are also well represented...
Keywords: Helfer, Judith (nee Rosenthal), 1917-2002; Rosenthal, Arthur, 1885-1951; Rosenthal, Ludwig A., 1855-1928; Berliner Morgenpost; Aufbau--ausser der Reihe; Art criticism; Jewish press
|Hans Schmidt Collection 1897-1998 - Schmidt, Hans|
The Hans Schmidt family collection documents the life of Hans Schmidt (originally Goldschmidt), his wife Else Sophie Kahn, daughters Beate and Inge, and both of their parents, Max and Jenny Goldschmidt and Carl and Jenny Kahn. The bulk of the collection consists of correspondence between family members. Also included are personal records, such as newspaper clippings, certificates, financial documents, and genealogical material...
|Hugo and Eleanor Steiner-Prag Collection 1899-1993 - Steiner-Prag, Hugo, 1880-1945 LBI|
Series I: Personal Documents, 1899-1993
Keywords: Steiner-Prag, Hugo 1880-1945; Education, Higher; Emigration and immigration; Hasidism; College teachers; Voyages and travels; Emigration and immigration; Prayers; Cemeteries
|Edith Neumann Collection 1889-2002 1926-2002 - Neumann, Edith (nee Spitzer) 1902-2002|
The Edith Neumann Collection describes the personal and professional life of the microbiologist Edith Neumann née Spitzer and several of her family members. Prominent subjects in the collection include her family members, especially her husband, the Congregationalist pastor Frederick Neumann. The emigration from Austria and eventual immigration to the United States of Edith and Frederick Neumann is also documented here, as are significant events in her life...
Keywords: Neumann, Frederick 1899-1967; Art; Christian converts from Judaism; Congregational churches in the United States; Women microbiologists; Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)
|Hugo Fuchs Collection 1902-1943 - Fuchs, Hugo|
This collection comprises materials related to Hugo Fuchs, rabbi of Chemnitz from 1907-1939. Included here are are a small amount of his correspondence and some of his published writings. In addition, this collection holds visual material on Jewish places and themes and some items pertaining to the Goeritz family
Keywords: Keren Hayesod
|Arnold Taenzer Collection [microform] (old record - no longer used) 1904-1996 - Taenzer, Arnold, 1871-1937|
This collection provides information on the work and life of Arnold Tänzer. Among the items in this collection are manuscripts and clippings, official documents, correspondence, and diaries. Noteworthy topics include the philosopher Moritz Lazarus, World War I and the role of rabbis therein, and the Jewish community of Göppingen. Material on Moritz Lazarus will be found in Series III: Writings, among Tänzer's other writings, and is mainly comprised of notes and manuscripts...
|Heida Hermanns Collection 1906-1995|
The Heida Hermanns collection documents the personal and professional life of pianist Heida Hermanns (née Goldschmidt) form the early 1920s until the late 1940s. The bulk of the records consists of correspondence with her mother, Alice Goldschmidt, and reviews of her many performances. The records are arranged into five series: Personal Records, Correspondence, Professional Records, Artur Holde, and Photographs...
Keywords: Hermanns, Heida, 1906-1995
|Arthur Wolf Papers 1906-1968 - Wolf, Arthur 1890-1968|
Personal and official documents relating to Arthur Wolf; diaries and correspondence
Keywords: Emigration and immigration; World War, 1914-1918
|Gertrud and Friedrich Hermann Family Collection 1908-1962 - Urzidil, Johannes 1896-1970|
1/1: Typescript of Johannes Urzidil's 'Goethe und der boehmische Hopfen' with handwritten dedication and poem to Gertrud and Friedrich Hermann (1951)
Keywords: Jewish lawyers; Jews
|Emery I. and Bertalan Gondor Collection 1909-2003 - Gondor, Bertalan|
The Emery and Bertalan Gondor Collection documents Emery Gondor's professional life as a caricaturist, illustrator, child psychologist, and photographer in the cities of Berlin, Vienna, Budapest and New York. The collection also includes a small amount of records concerning the work of Emery's brother, artist Bertalan Gonder. Series I contains documents regarding Emery Gonder's academic background and professional accomplishments...
Keywords: Jewish artists